Muzan Kibutsuji Costume

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Demon Slayer Muzan Cosplay Costume

Dress like Muzan Kibutsuji from Demon Slayer; Muzan's physical appearance is similar to that of a man in his late twenties with pale skin, curly black hair and sharp, almond-shaped eyes. His pupils are colored vertically like cat eyes and plum red. He also has sharp, blue nails on his hands that can be used for insults.

Demon Slayer Muzan Halloween Costume

Demon Slayer Muzan Halloween Costume

He usually wears a white fedora with a red bow and a somewhat extravagant outfit.

Muzan has the ability to change its appearance and shape and often hide from demon hunters. During his meeting with the Submons, he arrived disguised as an elegant woman in a long black yukata, which prompted the Submons not to recognize him at first. Later he changed into his newest identity - the sick adoptive son of an old couple - into a small child aged 10 to 11 with pale white skin and black, silky smooth, neatly combed black hair. His main outfit in this disguise is a plain white shirt with buttons and black cargo shorts with long tube socks and loafers.

Muzan Kibutsuji Halloween Costume Diy

Muzan Kibutsuji is a demon, the first of its kind, the forerunner of many other demons and the main opponent of Kimetsu no Yaiba. He is also the demon who slaughters the majority of the Kamado family and turns Nezuko Kamado into a demon. 

After neutralizing Tamayo's poison and exiting his meat cocoon, Muzan's hair becomes shoulder-length and turns paler. He also grows a large number of mouths over his limbs, each of which is lined with a set of incredibly sharp fangs that he can use on the offensive and for regeneration purposes. His skin also appears to have a dark red mass that grows from the ends of his limbs and branches onto his body.


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